Powering our future series slated

PORT HADLOCK — The online discussion series “Powering Our Future: Energy Independence for the North Olympic Peninsula” will continue at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.

The online discussion series, presented by Innovation Beyond Zero, is exploring the future of clean, renewable energy on the Peninsula.

The engineers and technical educators facilitating the program will discuss current electric generation and distribution systems, explore reasons for energy independence, discuss ways to increase energy resilience and examine available and emerging technologies for energy generation.

The weekly discussion series is co-sponsored Jefferson County Library and the North Olympic Library System.

Recordings of the discussions will be posted to the libraries’ websites, www.jclibrary.info or www.nols.org.

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